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Atom Egoyan


Edition 1993
74' - 1993 - Drama, Comedy, Romance - Dialogue: Armenian, German, Russian, Hebrew, English
Director: Atom Egoyan With: Atom Egoyan, Arsinée Khanjian, Ashot Adamyan
A Canadian/ Armenian photographer travels together with his wife to Armenia to make photos for a calendar of twelve historic churches. A guide explains the history of each location. The photographer returns to Canada without his wife who remained in Armenia. Over the course of a calendar year, the photographer tries to write a number of letters to his estranged wife. He also invites a number of women to his house: he finds that the presence of these 'guests' helps him write his letters...

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Atom Egoyan


Atom Egoyan, Arsinée Khanjian, Ashot Adamyan


Atom Egoyan

Director of Photography

Norayr Kasper


Atom Egoyan


Francesco del Villar

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Armenian, German, Russian, Hebrew, English

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Atom Egoyan
Lust of a Eunuch (short, 1977), Howard in Particular (short, 1979), After Grad with Dad (short, 1980), Next of Kin (1984), Men: A Passion Playground (short, 1985), Family Viewing (1987), Speaking Parts (1989), The Adjuster (1991), Montréal vu par... (1991), Peep Show (short, 1992), Open House (short, 1992), Calendar (1993), Exotica (1994), A Portrait of Arshile (short, 1995), The Sweet Hereafter (1997), Bach Cello Suit #4: Sarabande (1997), Felicia's Journey (1999), The Line (short, 2000), Diaspora (short, 2001), Close (short, 2001), Ararat (2002), Where the Truth Lies (2005), Citadel (2006), To Each His Own Cinema (2007), Adoration (2008), Chloe (2009), Invisible World (2012), Venice 70: Future Reloaded (2013), Devil's Knot (2013), The Captive (2014), Remember (2015), Guest of Honour (2019), Bluebeard's Castle (2022), Seven Veils (2023)

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